Gold Gate allows investors throughout the world to invest, use, and trade top-quality and irreplaceable real estate through a secondary marketplace. Our team of experts source each investment opportunity, raise money from investors, and acquire the asset for fractional use and benefit.
Gold Gate sources unique and “trophy” real estate from around the world. We then put the property under contract, provide the online marketing and legal documents, raise money, acquire the asset, and then issue digital shares to the respective investors that have the ability to be traded in our secondary marketplace (similar to a stock or a bond).
All assets are owned by a specific LLC that is created once the property is under contract. When you invest in an asset, you become a shareholder in specific company that owns that asset.
Local property managers manage the operations of the asset as well as client requests.
An accredited investor is a person or entity who is allowed to deal, trade and invest in financial securities as long as they satisfy one (or more) requirements regarding income, net worth, asset size, governance status or professional experience.
Fore information, please click here: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/a/accreditedinvestor.asp)
Gold Gate is not a broker-dealer. However, we do partner with a FINRA registered broker-dealer to administer our security transactions. They effect the sale of our securities and are responsible for ensuring that all transactions remain in compliance with FINRA and SEC regulations.
If you decide to sell your shares in an asset, your sell order will be confidentially marketed to tens of thousands of accredited investors from around the world.
Yes, if you missed out on an initial offering, you can still place buy orders to our broker-dealers letting them know that you are interested in that specific offering.
Yes, sellers will pay a 1% selling cost to the broker-dealer when selling their shares in our secondary marketplace.
You will receive quarterly reports discussing the property and market performance. At the end of the year, you will receive a K1 tax form (the standard tax form when investing in real estate).
Gold Gate holds these assets long-term. However, we do keep close tabs on investor sentiment in the global marketplace. If we do liquidate an asset, it will be at a premium to the original sale price and the proceeds will get paid to the shareholders (similar to a company acquisition).
Please contact the investor relations manager at Gold Gate. They will be able to address your specific concerns.
Due to SEC regulations, shares are unable to be traded for 12 months after a property has been acquired. After the property has been owned for more than 12 months, investors on the Gold Gate are able to buy and sell shares in that property at any time.
No. Only investors in the property itself will be allowed to use the property. If one owner in a property would like to rent weeks/months from another owner that is not interested in selling, they will have the ability to do so. However, those who do not own shares of the property itself or those that are not on the Gold Gate platform will be unable to use the property unless they become an owner through the acquisition of shares.